Unfortunately the KML Reader does not support the folder tags. I think you can use the Placemark.Name property of the ExtendedData. When you add special prefix such as the folder name with a underscore to each name tag of Placemark then you can determine the folder of the shape which is generated by KML Reader using this property.
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